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Ulmer Sails Large Symetrical Spinnaker With Retrieval Patch 58' Tall X 31' Foot on 2040-parts.com

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Saint Augustine, Florida, United States

Saint Augustine, Florida, United States
Material is in very good condition. A few small rust stains.
Manufacturer Part Number:S-12 Brand:Ulmer Sails

Ulmer Sails Large Symetrical Spinnaker
 with Retrieval Patch 58' Tall x 31' Foot


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Sail is in good condition, there are a few small rust stains scattered around a few areas of the sail. Grommets and Stitch Work are excellent condition.


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